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EMICS – East Midlands Immediate Care Scheme

EMICS is a network of volunteer doctors with specialist training in pre-hospital emergency medicine who assist East Midlands Ambulance Service (EMAS) at the scene of life threatening emergencies.

EMICS is a registered charity which receives no government or NHS funding. Our doctors and staff are all volunteers, and our help is free of charge to the NHS.  All donations to the charity are used to purchase the medical equipment carried by each doctor, without which they would be unable to treat casualties.

We survive through charitable donations.  You may need our help some day.  We need yours now.  Please donate, and help us keep on helping you.

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Last week in the House of Commons:

"The Leader of the Opposition and the Prime Minister have praised colleagues... https://t.co/O11oMOtcgC

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Last week in the House of Commons:

"The Leader of the Opposition and the Prime Minister have praised colleagues involved in the response to the Hinckley Road explosion."

EMAS commented: "Our ambulance crews, Hazardous Area Response Team (HART) and doctors from East Midlands Immediate Care Service (EMICS) attended the scene; with our HART remaining on scene until the end to treat any possible survivors that might have been found."

Jeremy Corbyn invited the MPs in the House of Commons last week to join him in passing their condolences to the families of those who died and said: "Could we say thank you to all the emergency services and hospital staff who worked to save lives in that terrible situation."

Prime Minister Theresa May also expressed her condolences and added: "we should commend the actions and the work of the emergency services who day in, day out, do so much for all of us, but in circumstances like that really showed the great job that they do in dealing with that issue."

Thoughts with all affected. EMICS.
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